Race Reviews: Yankee Homecoming 10miler

Last week, I shared my running result from the Yankee Homecoming 10 mile race, which took place this past Tuesday, August 2nd. Today, I share with you the details of the race itself! (Btw, this will also be posted at the BibRave website as well).  THE COURSE I have run races in Newburyport before so…

The Day After…Run Poor and still a PR

In my preview of the Yankee Race 10 miler a few days ago, I indicated that my plan was to start off slow and see how my body responds to the 12 day layoff. Leading up to the race yesterday, I followed my customary carb and protein loading and given the later start yesterday (I…

Running 10 miles in the Port!

Yesterday, I had the pleasure of taking in a Boston Breakers game with my kids and a good group of people! The breakers won for the second time this season (we have happened to be at both wins so perhaps they should credit us with being there) and it was a great day at the…

CR: Glide on…Glide off! 

As a BibRavePro, I get to chat regularly with a great group of people about running topics, product placement, marketing and testing as well as many other subjects. Each Tuesday, the scope widens beyond the “Pro’s” to many other runners and alike at #Bibchat (which takes place at 9ET each week). At #BibChat, many get…

Next Race: Yankee Homecoming 10miler!

Heading into the Runners World Classic this past weekend, I was hurting, sluggish and debating my ability to run any distances. Flashforward 3 days and I have done a complete 180! I am unsure if it is the pains unwinding, the fact that I am playing soccer again or the audible book I am currently…

1, 2, 3..it’s a Hat Trick!

Over the past few months, I have been sharing with you information on the Runners World Classic, which took place this past weekend. As mentioned in those notes, tweets and what we else I use to communicate, was the fact that I was running the “Hat Trick” which was a 5k, 10k and the half…

2 down, 1 to go!

Wow, so I referred to a plan on how I was going to run the Running World Classic yesterday on 5 for Friday . It involved taking it easy on the 5k, ramping it up on the 10k and then taking it him on Sunday (tomorrow) on the half marathon. So what actually happened? I…

Preview: The Runners World Classic

Over the past month, with ticky tack injury after ticky tack injury, I was really debating if I would be able to run the Runners World Classic “Hat Trick.” I have trained through these issues​ though and heading into the days before the race, I am ready to rock and roll! (I hope)  Want a…

CR: Not “Shokz’ed” by this #Bibchat

Over the past few weeks, I have been blitzing my readers with messages about AfterShokz Trekz Titanium Headphones (and for one last time, save 20% with code BIBRAVE at their website) as part of a testing of the product with Bibrave – I am am ambassador which allows me to test new products from time…

Want to be a BibRavePro?

I joined the BIBRAVE world a few months ago and have throughly enjoyed the experience this far. As you have probably read, I have tested out Luvo meals, AfterShokz Trekz Titaniums and are running the Runners World Classic in a few weeks. Overall, it is a great experience within a great running community! Did you…

#Bibchat Race Review: Seacoat Festival Family Fun Run

A very popular statement that most have heard is this “There is a first for everything!” Well, this weekend there was a first for me and for my 8 year old daughter! A family fun run at the Seacoast running festival in Salisbury, Mass. It took place on Saturday night (after some serious rain) and…

Everyone Wants a Discount!

Everyone loves a discount, right? Well, I know I do and when you run many races, saving 10% or $10 here and there adds up! So today I have added the perk of being a BibRave Pro… a race discount page. Click here for that page and if you have any questions, please do not…